Egypt turns into a massive concentration camp after a series of massacres
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On the 3rd of July 2013, General Sisi, the Egyptian minister of defence, ousted Mr. Morsy the democratically elected president, dismantled the Shura (consulting) council and cancelled the new constitution. Such measures were considered by many political groups as wasting the achievements of the Egyptian revolution, which resulted in removing the long ruling Dictator Hosney Mubarak. Mr Morsy and many of his administration were detained in an unknown place. Many leaders of political parties were arrested including those of Horiya and Adala (freedom and justice), the political arm of the Muslim Brotherhood. A new temporary president and government were appointed. Most governors for the provinces were removed and replaced with army and police generals.
Demonstrations erupted in many places around Egypt and two massive sit-ins in Cairo around Rabia and Nahda square, key areas in Cairo, were arranged and attracted more than half a million protesters.
The security forces shot live bullets and killed many protesters around Egypt in Al-Mansoura, Alexandria, in front of the republican guards building (while protesters were praying) and the surroundings of Rabia square.
In an incident similar to the massacre of Tiananmen Square, on the 14th of August 2013, the two sit-ins were dispersed by an unjustified brutal crackdown by the security forces, the Egyptian army and thugs. According to some non-official estimates, about 3000 peaceful civilians including children, women and elders were shot dead and over 15000 were seriously injured by snipers from top of the close buildings, helicopters and armed vehicles. As other estimates speak of far higher toll, the official estimate was only of 300 dead and a few hundred wounded. Bulldozers swept everything on their way in, ran over tents, and then securing forces burned them with people inside.
In a few moments, the field hospital had an overwhelming number of dead bodies beyond their capacity and a huge number of casualties, which doctors could not deal with. Live bullets were shot to kill, in the head, the neck and the chest continued for hours.
The field hospital set up in Rabea Al-Adawia Masjid was broken in, and officers commanded doctors to immediately evacuate it. When doctors explained that there are a huge number of casualties and corpses, they were told that there is no time. People ran outside, then the officers trough fire grenades and lit the masjid alight. Wounded people who could not escape the fire and corpses were burned. Security forces then arrested a huge number of protesters and treated them worse than prisoners of war.
Dead bodies were left in the streets for some time to instil fear in people’s hearts. According to witnesses, in a quick attempt to clear traces of the committed atrocities, bulldozers swept the dead bodies and the burned ones and threw them in the rubbish depot.
After knowing the extent of the horrible massacre, protests erupted everywhere around Egypt. In Ramsis square, a major protest was intercepted and two hundred people were killed. Trying to run away from the continuous live bullets, around 2000 people, including injured and dead people, took asylum inside the Fath masjid, but they were surrounded by security forces and thugs.
During the siege, tear gas was fired many times, which caused the death of a sick lady. There was news in one private TV channel the mosque is burned, which lead to the belief that there are plans to burn it. A news reporter contacted Al-Hiwar and Al-Jazeera TV channels thourgh ipad, made the security forces to change their plan to burn the masjid. Eventually, Security forces broke inside the masjid and arrested most of the people.
The day after there were news that 38 arrested people were massacred while moving them to prison. The Arab contractors company’s office was burned and the official media claimed that Muslim Brotherhood committed it. When the managing director revealed the burning was committed by the official he was forced to resign. Churches and many police stations were burned to stick the accusation to the Muslim brotherhood and to have enough allegations to finish them off.
On the 19th of August, 25 security soldiers in the Sinai Peninsula were killed and accusations were directed to a terrorist organisation. A head of Arab tripe in Sinai announced that these soldiers were detained because they refuse to fire bullets on civilians.
Currently, the security forces breaks in the houses of those opposing the military coup demolish furniture, steal money, jewellery and arrest larders of Islamist movement and members of their families.
The people of Rabia and Nahda spent the hot days of Ramadan fasting, its nights praying and reading Quran. Even if they disagree with General Sisi, do they deserve to be eradicated in such an atrocious manner? As history repeats itself the best example to describe the current events can be derived from the Quran from the chapter 85 (Al-Brouj):
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Cursed are the People of the Trench (4) of the fire which was rich with fuel, (5) When they were sitting by it, (6) And were watching what they were doing to the believers. (7) They avenged them for nothing but that they believed in Allah, the All-Mighty, the Worthy of All Praise, (8) The One to Whom belongs the Kingdom of the heavens and the earth. And Allah is witness over everything. (9)
Al-Sisi is nothing but another dictator, like Bashar of Syria who has his hands deeply soaked in the blood of his people. In an atrocious massacre Bashar killed around 1600 civilians with chemical gases.
For those who are deceived by the Egyptian official media, it is your role to investigate because if you like what Al-Sisi is doing, you will come with him at the Day of Judgment in the same in the same faction.
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No man loves certain people except that he comes with them.
Our hearts are with family of victims and we ask Allah to accept them among the martyrs.
Injustice does not last for long and truth will prevail.